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Charlie, Harry, Aramis… hey – what’s my name?

April 3rd, 2015 Comments Off on Charlie, Harry, Aramis… hey – what’s my name?
He came to us skinny, neglected and now he needs a new name! A second chance at life, needs a fresh name. The ranch hands have nicknamed him Aramis but one of our supporters will get to decide! This ...

Burro numbers well above BLM goal

April 3rd, 2015 (12)
What should be done *if* the population of burros is actually excessive? Wild burros have as much right to live free as wild horses do. However, much of the American South-West is suffering from a severe drought. The BLM ...

Our Paco – a poem by Smokey Culver

April 2nd, 2015 Comments Off on Our Paco – a poem by Smokey Culver
Smokey Culver is a nationally known Cowboy Poet. We are fortunate to also have him be a regular volunteer and member of our equine abuse investigative team here at Habitat for Horses. Here is a poem written by Smokey ...

Managing Feral Horses on National Park Service Lands

April 2nd, 2015 (12)
Are the wild horses and burros living on National Park Service lands not protected by the 1971 Wild and Free-Roaming Horses and Burros Act? Just a thought, since the article below makes it seem like in some of our ...

Waaaay back Wednesday – A Two Headed Horse!

April 1st, 2015 Comments Off on Waaaay back Wednesday – A Two Headed Horse!
Wonders will never cease to amaze! A Two Headed Horse! The photo below is kind of grainy but its from 1951 news story. “Two heads are better than one, according to Miss Carolyn McLeon, of Elon College, as she ...

Video – Horses and riders to prepare for emergencies in Lawrence County, OH

April 1st, 2015 (1)
Horse owners often respond to calls on the community for help. They can go further, into terrains that can be difficult for those on foot. More communities should offer training sessions to teach those who want to help on ...

Spring is here! Time to get ready to ride.

March 31st, 2015 Comments Off on Spring is here! Time to get ready to ride.
It has been a muddy winter for us here at Habitat for Horses and very cold elsewhere in the country. Now the sun is shining, grass is growing, flowers are blooming and I know horse lovers are itching to ...

Federal Horse Play in North Carolina

March 31st, 2015 (5)
We have said this before and will no doubt say it again: All wild horses deserve protection. The East Coast wild mustangs on the Outer Banks have been there for hundreds of years. It is our human development of ...

Our Tennessee Walker Sweetheart is getting closer to her goal!

March 30th, 2015 (1)
During the Galveston Island horse seizure last February, Habitat for Horses brought in 27 new mouths to feed. The mare we are for now nicknaming “Our Tennessee Walker Sweetheart” was one of those horses – you can tell by ...

BLM’s Wild Horse and Burro Advisory Board to Meet April 22-23

March 30th, 2015 (3)
If you are a horse lover and you live in or will be visiting the Columbus, OH area this April 22nd – April 23rd, speak your mind on how the Bureau of Land Management protects America’s wild horses. It ...